WATCH: Taylor Swift Swallows A Bug Mid-Song During Latest Eras Tour Show

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Taylor Swift swallowed a flying insect during Night 3 of her 'Eras Tour' shows in London on Sunday (June 23). Swifties present at the concert captured footage of the incident and immediately shared it to social media, praising the artist for seamlessly continuing her set despite the random snack. In the video, Swift is singing the 10-minute version of Red (Taylor's Version) track, "All Too Well" when something extremely unexpected occurs.

The illustrious songstress sang, "And forget why I needed to..." and suddenly started coughing.

"I swallowed a sing," she pleaded with the audience, who understood the assignment and immediately began reverberating her lyrics back to the stage.

Believe it or not, this is not the first time that the "Style" standout has swallowed a bug during a performance. According to People, Swift had a similar incident take place during a show in Chicago last December. After realizing that audience members saw what happened, she quickly made light of the incident and told them the bug was "delicious."

Swift might have been surprised by the bug, but the rest of the audience was surprised by another guest who took the stage at her latest London show. Swift welcomed beau Travis Kelce onto the stage during The Tortured Poets Department portion of her set, and the crowd went wild. The football star, dressed in a sparkly tux, gave the skit his all and stood by Swift's side as she delivered yet another iconic performance.

The "Karma" star is set to take the stage in Dublin, Ireland, with Paramore on June 28th as part of her next show.

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